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Great things were expected of Callum Hudson-Odoi when he committed his future to Chelsea last year, and the Blues youngster was a revelation last season.
However, the 19-year-old has admitted that he’s not pleased with how the season has gone for him so far.
With just one goal and five assists in all competitions, Hudson-Odoi has admitted that it was a disappointing season on a personal note for him.
“For me personally, I think it is not the season that I would have liked to have,” he told ESPN. “I could have worked on so many aspects of my game to become a better player.
“I’m working hard every day and training hard every day but sometimes in a game, you want to score goals, assist goals, help the team as much possible, and I feel like this year I wasn’t doing enough of that.
“So I feel myself, next season, when it comes, I have to try and get more goals and more assists, help the team as much as possible and hit the goals I set myself.
“I think to myself that when in games, I’ve had a couple of chances where I know I should be hitting the target or scoring.
“To myself, I feel disappointed because I know I’m capable of scoring goals and capable of assisting goals so when I don’t do it, I feel frustrated because I know what I can do and what I can’t do.
“For me, it was more of a personal thing where, ‘Cal, you can do better, you’ve got to keep going, keep working hard, try and get the goals and assists and help the team as much as possible.”